Barrister found liable for £167K overcharge

Harris, Joanne
April 2005
Lawyer;4/11/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 14, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Legal Services Commission (LSC) has won a case securing repayment of pound 179,000 from a specialist electronic-commerce barrister who was overpaid more than a decade ago. Alastair Kelman, a barrister who retired from private practice in 2000, was instructed in 1993 to act against Barclays Bank for a couple who claimed money bad been withdrawn from their account without permission. Adam Taylor, a partner at Hampstead firm Cawdery Kaye Fireman Taylor, acted for the LSC.


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